Listed below are the amounts (dollars) it costs for marriage proposal packages at different baseball stadiums. Find the range, variance, and standard deviation for the given sample data. Include appropriate units in theresults. Are there any outliers, and are they likely to have much of an effect on the measures of variation?37 45 50 65 65 95 95 125 195 203 265 325 400 1750 3000 OThe range of the sample data is 2963(Type an integer or a decimal. Do not round.)The standard deviation of the sample data is 824.6(Round to one decimal place as needed.)The variance of the sample data is 679965.8(Round to one decimal place as needed.)Are there any outliers and, if so, are they likelyfect on the measures of variation?stadiums.O A. No, there are not any outliers.dollars?B. Yes, the largest amounts are much highmarriages.e data, and appear to be outliers. It is not likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation.O C. Yes, the smallest amounts are much lovstadiums?.e data, and appear to be outliers. It is not likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation.D. Yes, the largest amounts are much higFdata, and appear to be outliers. It is likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation.dollars.marriages.(1,1)MoreClick to select your answer(s).

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Listed below are the amounts (dollars) it costs for marriage proposal packages at different baseball stadiums. Find the range, variance, and standard deviation for the given sample data. Include appropriate units in the
results. Are there any outliers, and are they likely to have much of an effect on the measures of variation?
37 45 50 65 65 95 95 125 195 203 265 325 400 1750 3000 O
The range of the sample data is 2963
(Type an integer or a decimal. Do not round.)
The standard deviation of the sample data is 824.6
(Round to one decimal place as needed.)
The variance of the sample data is 679965.8
(Round to one decimal place as needed.)
Are there any outliers and, if so, are they likely
fect on the measures of variation?
stadiums.
O A. No, there are not any outliers.
dollars?
B. Yes, the largest amounts are much high
marriages.
e data, and appear to be outliers. It is not likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation.
O C. Yes, the smallest amounts are much lov
stadiums?.
e data, and appear to be outliers. It is not likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation.
D. Yes, the largest amounts are much higF
data, and appear to be outliers. It is likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation.
dollars.
marriages.
(1,1)
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Listed below are the amounts (dollars) it costs for marriage proposal packages at different baseball stadiums. Find the range, variance, and standard deviation for the given sample data. Include appropriate units in the results. Are there any outliers, and are they likely to have much of an effect on the measures of variation? 37 45 50 65 65 95 95 125 195 203 265 325 400 1750 3000 O The range of the sample data is 2963 (Type an integer or a decimal. Do not round.) The standard deviation of the sample data is 824.6 (Round to one decimal place as needed.) The variance of the sample data is 679965.8 (Round to one decimal place as needed.) Are there any outliers and, if so, are they likely fect on the measures of variation? stadiums. O A. No, there are not any outliers. dollars? B. Yes, the largest amounts are much high marriages. e data, and appear to be outliers. It is not likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation. O C. Yes, the smallest amounts are much lov stadiums?. e data, and appear to be outliers. It is not likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation. D. Yes, the largest amounts are much higF data, and appear to be outliers. It is likely that these are having a large effect on the measures of variation. dollars. marriages. (1,1) More Click to select your answer(s).

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Step 1

The range for the given data is given and calculated as follows:

Statistics homework question answer, step 1, image 1

Here, n is the number of observations. Hence, n is 15.

The mean is calculated below.

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Step 2

The sample variance is calculated below.

Statistics homework question answer, step 2, image 1

The sample standard deviation is calculated below.

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Step 3

The first quartile can be computed using Excel formula = QUARTILE (A2:A16, 1).

Statistics homework question answer, step 3, image 1

Thus, the value of the first quartile is 65.

The third quartile can be computed using Excel formula = QUARTILE (A2:A16, 3).

Statistics homework question answer, step 3, image 2

Thus, the value of the third quartile is 295.

The interquartile range is computed as follows:

Statistics homework question answer, step 3, image 3

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